|Date||Tuesday, March 29, 2022|
|Time||10:30 AM - 11:15 AM|
The proliferation of low-cost Warehouse Management Systems in the market creates a strong alure to fast and easy implementations. After all, we all have day jobs and “fast and easy” appeals to our wish to have as little disruption as possible. Get the manual, watch a few videos and start with a pre-organized software and we’re good to go. At least, that is the promise.
The truth is, a new WMS should be a disruption to the status quo. For all the right reasons, the WMS should provide functionality that extends your business and accommodates the often radical transformation that occurs in the supply chain industry. (See the effects of Covid-19) This is one of the most important decisions you can make for your warehouse. Why wouldn’t you want to get the most out of it?
Implementation should be more than reading a chapter. It should redefine business processes, prove areas of growth, create ROI and enhance the value of your workforce. Experts should grow from within your business and talent should be rewarded. A steady hand on the implementation of a new WMS can reposition your business for success, while lack of attention to implementation could kill it.
A RESULTS oriented implementation methodology will produce a superior outcome. RESULTS require dedication, attention and close examination of how your business should be run and how your selected WMS will support it. Not the other way around where your business must adapt to the limitations of what’s “fast and easy.”
This seminar examines the framework of successful implementation. Attendees will receive an in-depth analysis of each crucial step required to assure the desired RESULTS. Project management tactics will be introduced along with other significant tactics.
|Jonathan Idler||QSSI LLC|
|John King||QSSI LLC|
|Ed Troianello||QSSI LLC|
Seminar sponsored by QSSI LLC.